The Daily Button: October 10th, 2008


Nothing too exiting to share today. Enjoy the weekend fondling and tickling your HTPC :). HTPC News: MediaPortal 1.0 RC3 released @ MediaPortal HTPC News: Velocity launches CineMagix FuzeBox Media Server @ CEPro HTPC News: Snapstream to discontinue sale of Beyond Media @ Geek Tonic WHS News: Diskeeper Undelete 2009 server edition @ We Got Served Home Theater News: Will […]

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The Daily Button: October 9th 2008

Welcome to another edition of the Daily Button! As the Daily Button ramps up, I should start spitting out some more Tips Of The Day as well. If you have any suggestions or would like to me to investigate something, or simply have a question you would like to ask the community, email me alan at missingremote dot com, or […]

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The Daily Button: October 8th, 2008

Welcome to another edition of the World Famous Daily Button. This is the place where we expose the dirt on getting the most of your digital media setup. VMC & Remote News: RIP Ricavision @ CEPro Mobile News: 10 cool iPhone apps (inluding Pandora Radio) @ Electornic House Blu-ray News: Blu-ray Iron Man steals 20% of the DVD Market @ […]

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The News Round Up That Happens Ever So Often

Yah, The Daily Button is a somewhat irregular feature on our proud HTPC site but you should see a bit more of me in the coming months :). Famous last words :). Enough with talk.. lets get some news on. If you already haven’t noticed, we have quite a few great active discussions going on in the forum. Why not […]

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3DTV, the next technology


There’s been a lot of buzz around the entertainment industry lately about the next new thing now that the standard for the next generation DVD format has been put to rest.  So what is the next new technology that will be coming down the pipe?  It’s one that I’m very excited about.  3DTV. 3D movies have been in theaters for […]

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The Battle of the Windows Home Server Systems


Since the first day Microsoft announced Windows Home Server (WHS) was going to be available through OEM Installation Kits, not just strictly by the OEMs, we geeks could not wait to build our own. The hardware requirements were modest enough to where any respectable geek easily could assemble a functional WHS box barely having to buy parts–besides the installation disc, […]

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